Ramadan and Eid Ecards

Ramadan is the holy month of fasting and a time for prayer and reflection.

When To Send Ecards for Ramadan and Eid

You can celebrate this prayerful time of year by sending an ecard to welcome the month of Ramadan and an Eid al-Fitr ecard at its conclusion, when fasting ends and the Festival of Sweets begins. This year, Ramadan begins in the evening on March 10 and ends on April 9, 2024.

Eid al-Adha gives you another opportunity to send Eid greetings and wishes. Celebrated about two months after Eid al-Fitr, the Feast of Sacrifice is celebrated in the evening on July 16 through June 17, 2024.

With a Blue Mountain membership, you can send your Ramadan and Eid greetings in minutes online via email, text or social media or schedule delivery in advance, so you never miss an opportunity to celebrate.

How to Say Happy Ramadan: Appropriate Ramadan Greetings for Your Ecard

You do not have to be Muslim to respectfully send happy Ramadan wishes. If you have Muslim colleagues, friends or neighbors, here are a few simple ways to recognize this important time of year:

  • “Ramadan Mubarak” is an Arabic greeting that translates to “Happy Ramadan” or “Blessed Ramadan.”
  • “Ramadan Kareem,” also of Arabic origin, means “Generous Ramadan.”
  • “Ramzan,” a Parsi word, is a common Ramadan greeting in India and Pakistan.

If you would like to send a Ramadan ecard, you could also add a personal message like:

  • Have a blessed and happy Ramadan!
  • Thinking of you during this time of fasting, prayer, and reflection.
  • Ramadan wishes to you and your family!
  • Wishing you a Ramadan month filled with love and blessings.

Ramadan ecards are a thoughtful way to connect with anyone celebrating the holiest month on the Muslim calendar. Join Blue Mountain to start personalizing your greetings for someone special today.